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I want to use the MBI-GS questionnaire for my research project. Does anyone know if MBI-GS requires (paid) license to be used?
Thank you so much in advance.
Faisal
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Stephen David Edwards thank you for your response.
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Assume I have collected a data on burnout, knowledge and skill from health workers in a given time and place.
so can I do an analysis on the relationship of burnout with knowledge and skill of the health worker?
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If you have such a hypothesis you can of course test it.
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Hello everyone,
I used the Copenhagen Burnout Inventory to assess burnout among academics, and I was so confused about coding the participant's response in SPSS. While, searching I came across this statement: "The response options are recoded into scores of 100, 75, 50, 25, and 0.  Next, items within the subscale are averaged, with one item reverse scored.  Higher scores indicate a higher degree of burnout.  The possible score ranges for all scales is 0-100.  In one study investigators chose a score of 50 or higher to indicate burnout as a dichotomous variable.  In a separate study investigators chose scores of 25 or lower, 25 to 50, and higher than 50 to categorize low, intermediate and high burnout."
one section of the questionnaire composed of 6 questions that means a total score of 600. Shall I just divide the total score by 6 to get a score of max. 100? or when they said the cutoff is 50 they meant 50 percent?
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I am submitting my senoir thesis and i would like further information on this scale. I am looking for the margin of error for the PSQI, the BRS and the oldenburg burnout inventory
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Here you have PSQI scoring
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I am an undergraduate student researching on mediating factors of student burnout. Does anyone know where can I get a free access of Maslach Burnout Inventory-Student Survey (MBSS)? or are there any scales about Student Burnout I can alternatively use?
Replies would be very much valued.
Thanks!
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It is online. I have used it. Google it
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I am doing research exploring the relationship between mindfulness and burnout, with a mediator of physical activity. Is ANCOVA the most appropriate method for data analysis?
IV: mindfulness (numeric variable); mediator: physical activity (categorical variable); DV: burnout (numeric variable/ categorical).
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No, I would not use ANCOVA for a mediation analysis. I would use a bootstrapping approach, such as the free macro for SPSS by Hayes.
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The above article was published on 11.03.2022, the abstract is as follows;
Background: Health care workers, including surgical professionals, experienced psychological burnout and physical harm during the coronavirus 2019 pandemic. This global survey investigated the coronavirus 2019 pandemic impact on psychological and physical health. Methods: We conducted a global cross-sectional survey between February 18, 2021 and March 13, 2021. The primary outcome was to assess the psychological burnout, fulfillment, and self-reported physical level of harm. A validated Stanford Professional Fulfilment Index score with a self-reported physical level of harm was employed. We used a practical overall composite level of harm score to calculate the level of harm gradient 1e4, combining psychological burnout with self-reported physical level of harm score. Results: A total of 545 participants from 66 countries participated. The final analysis included 520 (95.4%) surgical professionals barring medical students.Most of the participants (81.3%) were professionally unfulfilled. The psychological burnout was evident in 57.7% and was significantly commonin those<50 years (P¼.002) and those working in the public sector (P ¼ .005). Approximately 41.7% of respondents showed changes in the physical health with self-remedy and no impact on work, whereas 14.9% reported changes to their physical health with <2 weeks off work, and 10.1% reported changes in physical health requiring >2 weeks off work. Severe harm (level of harm 4) was detected in 10.6%, whereas moderate harm (level of harm 3) affected 40.2% of theparticipants.Low and no harm (level of harm 2 andlevel ofharm 1) represented 27.5% and 21.7%, respectively. Conclusion: Our study showed that high levels of psychological burnout, professional unfulfillment, work exhaustion, and severe level of harm was more frequent in younger professionals working in the public sector. The findings correlated with a high level of harm in surgical professionals impacting surgical services. © 2022 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.#
Please share and reflect the pandemic impact on you and the team / institution.
Very Best Wishes
Prof Viswanath YKS
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Well noted. Thanks.
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Can anyone suggest some questionnaires on these?
Also the questionnaires for each variables must be closer to 20 or so. I would like to keep it short
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Hello! I am currently having my undergraduate thesis about the level of burnout among medical students (nursing, medical technologist, pharmacy, etc). We would also be getting their demographic profile such as course taken, yr level, gender, age, and student status (irregular or regular) and relate it to their level of burnout. Is this still correlational or differential or cross study? Any other suggestions? Thank you in advance.
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It seems to be descriptive study but you should include some more parameters. better you should take from seed article.
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I am willing to use the COPSOQ III in my dissertation but I only need 4 scales such as meaning of work, stress, burnout and job satisfaction. Can I only use them? All of these are mix of CORE, MIDDLE and LONG. Is there any literature support this? if yes please share. Thanks in advance.
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Dear Yowakim,
Yes, you can pick only scales that you believe are useful for you.
These factors are independent and inclusive the analysis conducted to show evidence of validity allowed/support independence of the factors.
Thus, it is possible to use oly part of the scale.
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I am currently doing my undergraduate research regarding burnout among medical students. Most of the studies I have read made use of this tool. I am having a hard time getting a copy of this tool. Is this available for free?
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Hi Shekinah, you can find the items of the Maslach Burnout Inventory - Student Survey in the appendix to this paper: Schaufeli, W. B., Martinez, I. M., Marques Pinto, A., Salanova, M., & Bakker, A. B. (2002). Burnout and engagement in university students: A cross-national study. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 33(5), 464-481. https://doi.org/10.1177/0022022102033005003
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In observing the consequences of work from anywhere/telework and its consequences on life (burnout, personal relationships, life-work conflict) and work (productivity, job stress, job satisfaction), I came across different theoretical frameworks. Some of them are person-environment fit, conflict theories (work-life conflict), spill-over theories, etc. If you do similar research, which theoretical framework do you start with?
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Hi Mirna,
I hope this email finds you well.
Regarding your question, I suggest you trying to start with a PESTL theoretical framework (PESTL is an acronym that refers to Political, Economical, Social, Technological and Legal implications).
With best wishes,
Laura Caballero
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I am working on a paper related to job burnout and for that, I need a standardized questionnaire. Kindly guide.
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The Maslach Burnout Inventory Manual
Validation of Maslach Burnout Inventory-Student Survey (MBI-SS) in Colombian academic context
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I am planning to analyze the effects of job burnout on faculties engaged in university level and the effect of job demands on their job turnover rate.
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Hi. Can this topic be reviewed crosscultural comparison between countries.
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Hello everyone,
I run a Latent Profile Analysis in R with the package tidyLPA to identify groups of participants who showed similar patterns on burnout variables (3 variables : exhaustion, cynism and personal accomplishment). A 4-profile solution fit the best.
My issue is that means found for each profile with tidyLPA (mod_1c_v1[["model_1_class_4"]][["estimates"]][["Estimate"]]) are different from when I report each profile assigned to each individual on an excel file, and then perform the means for each profile on SPSS.
(Example : For the first profile, the means with tidyLPA are EE : 32,85 ; C :3,79 ; AP :34.45 and on SPSS E : 35,68 ; C :3,32 ; AP :34,55)
Does anyone have an explanation for this? It would be really helpful !
Thank you in advance and have a nice day.
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Dear Philipp,
Thank you very much for your clear answer !
Best Regards,
Damien
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Burnout is a psychological syndrome, characterized by high emotional exhaustion and depersonalization and low professional accomplishment (see Maslach's definition and MBI scale for measuring it), which is very common among medical residents. In literature, work factors that contribute to physician burnout include excessive workloads, long working hours, specialty choice, frequent call duties, high emotional demands, workplace violence, bullying, bad management and many others. Is burnout a serious concern and what are the main determinants or risk factors for healthcare worker's burnout syndrome in your country?
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Yes, burnout among physicians is very common. The main determinants in my setting are inadequate numbers of doctors, excessive work loads, poor remuneration in the main stream workplace forcing healthcare workers to add on locums in order to bridge the salary gap. This ultimately ends up with excessive fatigue and some psychosomatic symptoms.
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Helllo I am niloofar aghaei nejad I am a master student of tehran university. I want to have a research on life stress and I have read your article thats about Canonical Correlation Analysis on Life Stress and Learning Burnout of College Students in Taiwan and I want you to please sent your questionnaire to me. thank you so much
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You may use any of this questionnaire in your study.
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I am seeking to research the effect of intrinsic motivation on student burnout among undergraduate students. I am wondering where I can find a free measure or one that is low-cost. Thank you.
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Can anyone please share the questionnaire  Breso's academic burnout questionnaire. I was trying to find out from different sources but could not find it.
That would be a great help for me.Thanks and appreciate your help in advance.
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The License to Reproduce the Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) provided by mind garden (https://www.mindgarden.com/maslach-burnout-inventory-mbi/173-mbi-license-to-reproduce.html) allows you to administer the MBI via a paper and pencil survey.
As stated , this license grants you the permission to reproduce/administer the MBI for up to the quantity purchased. Do they mean the targeted sample size ?
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Elhadi is correct. However the Mind Garden website says the cost is $2.5O per administration with a $50 minimum order. It looks like you can putchase one administration with interpretation for $15 though. Call Mind Garden at (650) 322-6300. They are very helpful. I am the author of the Friedman Well-Being Scale sold through Mind Garden. Or go to mindgarden.com
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Hello, l am seeking recommendations on validated and published scales/questions with an appeal to the shortest possible scale to measure:
- job satisfaction
- job engagement
- burnout
- intent to leave
Thank so you much.
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Hola Britt Anne, no se, pero te remito el nombre de un profesor que quizás te pueda ayudar.
Saludos
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I am interested in the effects of a recovery training on Burnout rates in a medium-sized company.
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Work-load
Crises during the last year
Financial burden
Relationship with boss and co-workers
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Stress is a fact among the researchers' community, wherever you are and whatever you are doing. It can be cyclical, randomly recurrent, ephemeral, or chronic.
Is there any practical guide [good laboratory practices] to prevent burnout?
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The Stress that is generated in the Laboratories is similar to the Stress of many other jobs; in fact, except for the Hospital Clinical Laboratories (of Microbiology, Hematology, Pathology, etc.) that YES that their members are subjected to clinical pressure already on Stress, and more with the pandemic, they do not appear in the "ad hoc" literature. as sites that suffer, with few exceptions, a special stress.
For the framework of such Hospital Clinical Laboratories it is recommended to use the standard Coping and Stress Management Techniques (both at the worker level and at the organizational level), in this sense I recommend reading, here in "RG", our work: "Intervention and Prevention of Occupational Stress " (Intervención y Prevención del Estrés Laboral) and, for a specific approach to Healthcare Personnel, the book by JJ Gestal Otero" Risks of Healthcare Personnel Work " (Riesgos del Trabajo del Personal Sanitario), in the Inter-American Publishing House-McGraw Hill. Thanks
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Hello, thanks for reading this question. My project is to examine the prevalence and associated demographic factors of burnout for end of life care nurses in the North East of England.
Independent variables include age, marital status, working years, working hours per week, whether being a single parent and people relying on them at home; the dependent variable is burnout level.
I have to admit that my current statistic knowledge is still not enough, hence I'm struggling with choosing suitable analysing approaches. I thought I should use linear regression via SPSS? Binary regression?...... I'm confused. So come here to ask for help......I'm also asking from my peers but haven't got useful advice. Could you help me, please? Sincerely thanks.
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Factor analysis
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Burnout can be evaluated through multidimensional or unidimensional approach. Some researchers have advocated multidimensional approach for research with simple design.
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The one that achieves a vision of the subject, in the studied sample, more detailed, epicritical and reliable; but, on the other hand, the usual thing is to OFFER THEM LIKE THIS: Trait to Trait or Factor to Factor, among the three that it measures; in fact, I do not know the scales that offer ONE SINGLE SCORE that, on the other hand, WOULD NOT MEAN ANYTHING! (How to unite, for example, in a single score Personal Achievement and Depersonalization?)
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I'm working on my degree thesis and I'm struggling to find two tests: one to measure burnout and a test to measure the emotional intelligence in Spanish-speaking university students.
I'm open to suggestions, thanks.
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Thanks a lot for the help! I'll make sure to check them out.
Best,
Carlos
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In this article, the authors wrote about scientists with stress and burnout in period Covid.
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I think regular exercise will destrees a person during this pandamic.
Plz see the following WHO link, it may help further.
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Hi!
I'm looking for help on covariates when doing a model 4 mediation, as I'm struggling to find information online on this.
As a quick run through,
Mediator variable: self-efficacy
Independent variable: social support
Dependent variable: academic burnout
Covariates: Course type (asynchronous, synchronous or blended), type of university (brick or online), age, and years at university. Course type and type of university are categorical, and I've made dummy variables and only entered 2 (asynchronous and blended) into the analysis for course type.
My confusion is mainly about neatly presenting the information for these covariates in a figure presenting the mediating effects. Most model 4 figures I've seen don't include covariates, using the typical triangular shape. I've copied how I have seen one study present this, however (figure attached), but I can't help but feel a lot of information is missed doing it this way? All it shows is that the effects of the main variables on each other are after controlling for these variables, giving no indication of how much effect these covariates have on the dependent or mediator variable. I've thought of adding the coefficients and standard errors together (e.g., on the line from covariates to self-efficacy would be . 756 (0.20 -.059 + .005 + .328 + .282) but I've no doubt I'd be breaking a lot of mathematical rules that way haha. (...Unless?)
Were I to just have "age" and "years at university" as covariates, I would have separately labelled them and included their relevant coefficients and standard errors. My main confusion comes from presenting the course type effects, as it is a multi-categorical variable. Truthfully, I don't understand the dummy variable thing all too much, just to do it.
So, I suppose my questions are
1) Is the figure I have currently sufficient?
2) If not, how do I neatly present the effect of all the covariates?
--> if they're not significant what do I do? e.g., in the attached file, years at university does not have a significant effect on self-efficacy, p = 669. In this case, do I not draw a line from it to self-efficacy and don't mention its coefficient, or do a dashed line with .005 (.01) over it?
3) How do I present the effects of "course type", which has three levels?
Apologises for this word dump - I just could not find anything at all answering any of these questions! Not sure how clear/unclear I was, but I anyone does somehow understand me, thank you so much in advance!
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Cristian Ramos-Vera Thank you so much for your help!
I've included those control variables because a hierarchical multiple regression showed these to account for a significant amount of variance. Other control variables (e.g., gender) did not account for a significant variance in the final model, so I left them out when examining the mediating effect of self-efficacy on the association between social support and burnout.
Is that sufficient reasoning for including them in the mediation analysis, or should I leave them out in that case? Thank you for your advice again.
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I'm conducting a study of college/university educators in the U.S. and I'm looking for a reliable, validated burnout inventory that also provides a score range or norms differentiating different levels of burnout. Since I will only survey participants once (I'm using a cross-sectional design), I need some sort of benchmark for interpreting findings. I know the Maslach (MBI) would work, but it is expensive to use for large research administrations. I like the Oldenberg, but it doesn't seem like it's been widely employed among educators and I cannot find any norms or benchmarks. Are there alternative inventories that would be suitable for my purposes?
Thanks in advance!
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Thanks. I'm aware of this website. However, as far as I can tell none of the inventories listed there (other than the MBI) provide a score range or cutoffs for differentiating levels of burnout, which is what I need.
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I am looking for transcripts and other forms of qualitative data on burnout, but I can only find open-source quantitative data. Is there anywhere I can look or anyone I can contact to find such data? Any help would be greatly appreciated
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I suggest you to formulate open ended questions for an interview as a method of collecting qualitative data then upload it on linked in so as to get professionals feedback
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Dear friends! I am holding a research on teacher burnout during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please answer my questions:
1. Country you come from
2. Years of working as a teacher
3. Have you experienced burnout before the pandemic? If so, has it increased during it? Measure it before and after the pandemic out of 10 points.
4. If you haven't experienced it before the pandemic, are you experiencing it now? Measure it out of 10 points.
5. If you are experiencing burnout, please describe it.
6. If you haven't experienced/aren't experiencing it, describe what helps you feel ok.
To keep your contributions anonymous/ confidential, send the answers to my Facebook messenger or my mail nateladoghonadze@ibsu.edu.ge. Please also share the questions with your colleagues and request them to answer the questions.
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Prof. Natela Doghonadze, I prefer to answer openly to your question in the thread:
1. Country you come from
Venezuela.
2. Years of working as a teacher
> 15 in the public univesity system.
3. Have you experienced burnout before the pandemic?
Yes.
If so, has it increased during it?
Yes.
Measure it before and after the pandemic out of 10 points.
10 (before and due to hyperinflation)/ 11 (after due to hyperiflation + CoV 19)
I guess, your scale does not match our national problem.
4. If you haven't experienced it before the pandemic, are you experiencing it now? Measure it out of 10 points.
No answer.
5. If you are experiencing burnout, please describe it
No food, not salaries, no medicines. A dictatorship that promotes drug trafficking, black market and robbery as a way of subsistence and living.
6. If you haven't experienced/aren't experiencing it, describe what helps you feel ok.
No aswer.
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Could someone please let me know if I can use it for my research?
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Perhaps you could contact the author who is on RG: Dr Steven Seidman:
In case you don't hear from him, I think this is his academic email address:
Good luck with this, and your research.
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Good morning everyone, I'm looking for documents that explain the use of OLBI instrument for burnout. Specifically how your results are interpreted.
Thank you very much!
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I need validated hindi versions of psychological tests:  burnout, job satisfaction, resilience ? If you know which publisher or institute has them, please share! Thank you in advance
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This may be of some help:
Singh, K., Junnarkar, M. and Kaur, J., 2016. The Assessment of Resilience. In Measures of Positive Psychology (pp. 35-70). Springer, New Delhi.
  • Reviews different resilience scales, constructed and validated by other researchers and describes a procedure for development and validation of a new resilience measure constructed by the authors. (English and Hindi)
Tankha, G., 2011. Well-being and job satisfaction in young professionals. New facets of positivism, pp.252-263.
  • references include: Hindi Version of the General Self-Efficacy Scale Shonali Sud, Ralf Schwarzer & Matthias Jerusalem, 1998
Self-efficacy Scale (Scholz,U., Dona, B.G., Sud, Shonali., and Schwarzer, R., 2002).
  • ... originally developed by Matthias Jerusalem and Ralf Schwarzer in 1981 in German and published by Schwarzer, R., and Jerusalem, M. in 1995. ... Hindi version adapted by Shonali Sud. The 10 item scale was created to assess a general sense of perceived self-efficacy with the aim in mind to predict coping with daily hassles as well as adaptation while experiencing all kinds of stressful life events. The scale is designed for the general adult population, including adolescents. The scale is usually Self-administered and requires 4 minutes on average to complete
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Hello guys,
Can someone assist me in finding a copy of the Expanded Nurses Stress Scale (NESS) to be used in a study that assess perceived stress and burnout of registered nurses during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
Any assistance in locating the NESS would be greatly appreciated.
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  • 📷Susan Elizabeth French
  • Rhonda Lenton
  • Vivienne Walters
  • 📷John Eyles
have written: An Empirical Evaluation of an Expanded Nursing Stress Scale
November 1999
Journal of Nursing Measurement 8(2):161-78
DOI:
10.1891/1061-3749.8.2.161
Source
PubMed
The authors are here on RG.
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Hey everybody,
I am looking for a validated scale for causes and consequences of burnout among health workers. L
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As above MBI .... see our paper Dobson & Berry (2019) on burnout using the MBI available here in Researchgate
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I am conducting a research on burnout of Healthcare professions during COVID 19 pandemic period. I also want to find out coping strategies adopted by them to overcome burnout. Therefore, need help to know and get if there is any standardized questionnaire related to coping strategies for overcoming burnout among healthcare professional.
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Shilpi Saraswat I'm also looking for a questionnaire on Physicians burnout. Can anyone help ?
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I would like some advice on which statistical analysis to use for my research. See more detail below.
Both independent (IV) and dependent variables (DV) are continuous.
IV is psychological wellbeing; so the reporting is done using a Likert scale. There are six IVs in total
DV is work-related stress. with burnout and compassion fatigue. Both are reported using Likert scales. There are six DVs in total.
Not all are normally distributed (two DVs are negatively skewed). From my understanding, I am unable to do an ANOVA or T-test. Can anyone advise further?
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Hello Vanita Chamdal. That link says there are 42 items, but six subscales. Another link I found (see below) gives scoring instructions:
As you can see, the first step is reverse-coding the negatively worded items. Then, each sub-scale is computed as the sum of 7 items. In other words, the 6 subscales are scales, not items. For a thorough discussion about how to treat such items, see this thread that David L Morgan started:
The conservative view is that even after summing (or averaging) several Likert-type items, the result is still ordinal, and should be analyzed using an ordinal model (e.g., ordinal logistic regression). A more liberal view is that Likert-scales have approximate interval scale properties, and so can be analyzed using OLS models (e.g., t-tests, ANOVA, linear regression). Given the nature of the instrument you are using, I assume you are in psychology or a related field. In psychology, I believe the more liberal view prevails.
One final thing: If there are any missing data points, you'll need to adjust the sums accordingly. And you ought to decide in advance how many missing items for a given sub-scale will cause you to treat the sub-scale as missing. Suppose you decide that you need at least 4 items to compute a sub-scale score. Assuming you use SPSS (which is the most popular stats package in psychology), you could do something like this:
COMPUTE subscale1 = MEAN.4(list of items)*7.
COMPUTE subscale2 = MEAN.4(list of items)*7.
etc.
The .4 on the MEAN function instructs SPSS to only return a mean if at least 4 of the listed items have valid (non-missing) values. As the scoring manual suggests using sums, you multiply that mean by 7 (the number of items) to get the adjusted (pro-rated) sum.
HTH.
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Dear all,
We conducted a research on college students using Maslach Burnout Inventory-Student Form of Schaufeli et. 2002. As you all know this scale consists of three factors, namely exhaustion, cynicism and professional efficacy.
My question is about the internal consistency coefficient of the factor professional efficacy. The Cronbach's Alpha for this factor is .59 and split-half reliability coefficient is .61.
In our research we also measure general self-efficacy of the students.
Therefore, what should we do?
For my idea, the best option is omitting the factor from the analysis since we also measure general self-efficacy.
What do you think?
Thanks in advance.
Meryem
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  • What are the different components measured in OLBI and MBI-Educator's survey?
  • Can I use OLBI to measure teacher burnout?
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Check this link. Both inventories are commented on. https://www.scielo.br/pdf/prc/v25n4/10.pdf
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In your personal experience,How do you manage your life and make a balance between work, family and other related sections!?:)
I would be thrilled to have your points!
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Equally, dear Dr. Hossein
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I am analysing the data of a cross-sectional study I am working on. It explores differences in self-compassion, burnout and skills between clinicians joining a peer supervision group and clinicians not joining this group but receiving other forms of supervision.
In the correlation table, the variable 'participants to peer consultation' has no significant correlation with anything. Other variables correlates and don't show this anomality. It is only this one that is a bit funky. Any ideas why? I put an example here below.
Pearson .052
Sig. (2-tailed) .602
N 103
Thanks!
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In linear regression, if we estimate a model with a dependent variable (Y) and a single independent variable (X), the estimated coefficient for the standardized solution coincides with Pearson's correlation coefficient between X and Y. In this case it is assumed that the relationship between X and Y is linear. However, we can consider other types of nonlinear relationships in the form of a U (inverted or not), or even with an S shape.
For example, to analyze U-shaped relationships between X and Y we would estimate the following model:
Y = a + b1 X + b2 X ^ 2 + e
Where X^2 represents X squared (it is recommended to center X before calculating the square and estimating the regression)
I recommend to see the following book
Aiken, L.S. y West, S.G. (1991): Multiple Regression: testing and interpreting interactions, Sage Publications, Thousan Oaks, CA
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I want to assess burnout syndrome among healthcare professionals during COVID-19 pandemic and I need too----MBI-HSS.
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Obviously you must buy it or, at least, request permission from the authors under the most elementary right to Intellectual Property
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What are the latest achievements or directions in the field of increasing resistance to burnout of air tuyeres of blast furnaces and reducing heat losses?
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looking for any studies on the subject.
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Marian, you may find the work of Ting et al. (2011) on stress and suicide as well as the scholarly work of Sprang et al. (2007) on burnout and compassion fatigue useful. Likewise, the emerging work of Figley and Figley (2017) on compassion fatigue resilience could provide you with an additional lens to examine your topic area.
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Does anybody have the items and instructions of this burnout scale or does anybody know how I can get them?
MBI-GS-D (Maslach Burnout Inventory - General Survey - German version)
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It is right that you have to purchase the questionnaire at mindgarden.com because of the copyright as Adelheid Nicol already mentioned. Unfortunately Michael Leiter could not provide it for my research.
Concerning MBI-ES (Educators Survey) which is specific for teachers, there is an adapted free German version which is part of the "Skalen zur Erfassung von Lehrer- und Schülermerkmalen" by Jerusalem & Schwarzer (1999). You can download it here: http://www.psyc.de/skalendoku.pdf
You will find the items on pp. 64-70.
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Overwhelmed by a combination of time-consuming administrative work, restricted autonomy and a loss of community, all of which have contributed to burnout throughout the specialty, according to Paula Marchetta, MD, MBA, president of the American College of Rheumatology. One observation was the simple disappearance of the doctors’ lounge in many hospitals.
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Burnout is a major issue.
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I am looking for reference papers on burnout, job satisfaction in Information technology sector.
Tried requesting fulltext of few research papers but no response :(
kindly guide me to research papers which have full text available. Help Appreciated !!
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Some references with an IT study sample and with at least one of the three burnout dimensiosn as outcome :
  1. Van de Ven, B., Vlerick, P., & de Jonge, J. (2008). The interplay of job demands, job resources and cognitive outcomes in informatics. Stress and Health, 24(5), 375-382.
  2. Van de Ven, B., & Vlerick, P. (2013). Testing the triple-match principle among technology employees. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 22(6), 658-669.
  3. Van de Ven, B., Van den Tooren, M., & Vlerick, P. (2013). Emotional job resources and emotional support seeking as moderators of the relation between emotional job demands and emotional exhaustion : a two-wave panel study. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 18,(1), 1-8.
  4. Van de Ven, B., de Jonge, J., & Vlerick, P. (2014). Testing the Triple-Match Principle in the technology sector: A two-wave longitudinal panel study. Applied Psychology: an International Review, 63(2), 300-325.
  5. Janssens, H., Braeckman, L., Vlerick, P., Van de Ven, B., De Clercq, B., & Clays, E. (2018). The relation between social capital and burnout: a longitudinal study. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health, 91(8),1001-1009.
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Hey everyone,
I am trying to conduct a mixture of a latent class/ profile analysis because I have categorical and continuous outcome variables.
(1) how can I combine these two?
I would also like to include the Prediction of burnout (binary outcome) at a later time point.
(2) what model can I use to add the prediction?
Thank you in advance for your help and don’t hesitate to ask me further questions.
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Hey David,
Yes, that is exactly my issue, independently of what programme I’m going to use (still debating).
The thing is, I’m unsure what to use because some of my indicators variables (gender, alcohol consumption y/n) are binary and some are continuous (distress, self-efficacy). I wouldn’t diminish the continuous ones, for reasons we could start a whole new discussion here (as you said before).
What is your opinion concerning this:
If I do a latent Profile analysis with only the continuous variables and then compare the profiles based on the binary variables and see if they differ significantly?
I’m not really familiar with the methodology yet, would be great, if you could give me a piece of your mind here. Thank you
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How to set cast iron, what are the boundary conditions: (cast iron - wall, wall - water)?
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Dear Mircea. Thanks for your reply.
We are also interested in mathematical modeling of burnout tuyeres.
Best regards, Alexander Radyuk
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What is the best way to protect an tuyerelance from burnout?
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The protections for the tuyere of the blast furnaces can have several components: the purity of the copper plate of the front wall, the cooling mode to maintain a lower temperature of the surface exposed to the combustion zone, and the way of protecting the exposed surface. External protections must be in accordance with the type of destruction phenomena. At the top of the front of the tuyere is an erosion process with the coke moving in the combustion area. For this area, a protection with metal carbides granules fixed by welding with copper pipe electrodes was designed. For the lower part of the windmill the most common are perforations with liquid iron. For this area a copper-graphite composite structure with a thermal shock resistance of 1000 gr has been designed. C / sec. If you are interested I can send you a paper with Cu - graphite composite protection. I also have extensive data on the application of the two solutions to the blast furnaces in Sidex Galati, Romania
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What is the mechanism linking “burnout” to “atrial fibrillation”?
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I am working on my paper assessing the quality of life and burnout among physicians. and I am looking for questionnaires I can use for my study.
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Great project- maybe check out wemwbs. We've found it very participant friendly
"The Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing Scales were developed to enable the measuring of mental wellbeing in the general population and the evaluation of projects, programmes and policies which aim to improve mental wellbeing. The 14-item scale WEMWBS has 5 response categories, summed to provide a single score. The items are all worded positively and cover both feeling and functioning aspects of mental wellbeing, thereby making the concept more accessible. The scale has been widely used nationally and internationally for monitoring, evaluating projects and programmes and investigating the determinants of mental wellbeing."- Prof Sarah Stewart-Brown
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One month data. According to WHO the recommended dose of physical activity (PA) is 8000 steps per day. Are these true levels of PA or a reflexion of job burnout? And how this PA is related to Heart Rate Variability (HRV)? Is it useful to set limits of PA?
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Dear M.Dimitros,
I don't find any recommandations of steps per day by the WHO, but some people try to translate physical activity's recommandations in steps per day. The recommanded number of steps per day is still under discussion, in particular depending on the public health objective.
Did you know this review by Bassett Jr on step counting history, information about step/day and health ?
Below, some data about cardiac autonomic variation after walking
I don't know if there is a need to set limits in physical activity because I think that this limits are personal, dependant on medical condition.
I hope this could help,
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Considering burnout a disease or a syndrome, what is the sign or the set of signs (in terms of medical semiology) that make it possible to distinguish burnout (make a differential diagnosis) from about 13 psychiatric diagnostic categories that can present polarized mood to depression? (Considering that MBI items, particularly in EE, include symptoms that point generically to a depressed mood).
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Dear all,
Burnout Syndrome is one of the hottest topic in all workplaces, its widely recognized that burnout has three element according to C. Maslach (emotional exhaustion, denationalization, and low personal accomplishment. However, I suggest to read my both paper taking mainly about burnout may be it useful for you
1- Burnout among nurses and teachers in Jordan: A comparative study 2018.
2- Self-evaluation and professional status as predictors of burnout among nurses in Jordan 2019
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can I administer the test to my participants without obtaining a license? where do I go and find out the regulations in governing this?
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I disagree completely.
Scientific tests like the MBI should generally be Open Access, since research is funded by the public sector and knowledge should therefore be shared barrier-free.
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Hello, I'm a french student and for my research concerning the link between the attachment style of educators and Compassion Fatigue, I am looking for 2 articles (essentials for my research) to which I can't access in France. Thank you for your help
Attachment and compassion fatigue among American and Israeli mental health clinicians working with traumatized victims of terrorism
  • February 2005/ International journal of emergency mental health 7(2):115-24
  • Christine Racanelli
Associations Among Attachment Style, Burnout, and Compassion Fatigue in Health and Human Service Workers: A Systematic Review
Allison L. West Pages 571-590 | Published online: 14 Apr 2015
Thank you for your help
Anne-laure
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Please try the library in your university
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For my school research proposal, my objective is: what are the causes of nursing burnout and what is (if any) the perception of decreased patient care (from the nurses who are experiencing burnout).
I am having difficulty determining how to measure the causes of nursing burnout and also the perception of patient care.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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here is a paper on nurse burn out. Fear of certain things can also contribute to an uncomfortable environment. I attach the specific fear we studied in student nurses:
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The Burnout Syndrome stems from the chronic emotional stress experienced by the worker, characterized by emotional exhaustion, depersonalization and low personal accomplishment.
Our research assessed the prevalence of Burnout Syndrome and associated factors related with Primary Care Network Health worker, usinge Maslach Inventory for Burnout.
Average age was 44.9 years, most nurses, women, married with children and graduate. The prevalence of Burnout Syndrome was 10.8%, associated factors were younger age, excessive hours of work and job dissatisfaction.
These findings suggest the importance of adopting preventive and interventional measures for a better working environment.
What is your opinion and experience about this?
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The connection between dress and war is not far to seek: your finest clothes are those you wear as soldiers.
Virginia Woolf (1882-1941).
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I would like to know, how many articles related burnout categorically male and female in any sector  have been published till now since the term burnout  introduced?
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I think there is no specific number
Best Regards Md. Saidur Rahaman
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We will be testing for burnout in an upcoming study and need a reliable and free self-test tool to use.
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Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) is the gold-standard for measuring burnout, but the main problem is that it is not free. On the other hand, using free burnout questionnaires are always less reliable compared to the gold standard, of course. However, if you're able to accept this, there is this non-proprietary single-item
measure, validated to serve as a reliable substitute for the Maslach Burnout Inventory Emotional Exhaustion (MBI:EE) in the healthcare setting [1]. The main advantage is that the questionnaire is free and easy to respond [2, 3]. It has been used in several previous studies on doctors [4–6].
  1. E.D. Dolan, D. Mohr, M. Lempa, S. Joos, S.D. Fihn, K.M. Nelson, C.D. Helfrich, Using a single item to measure burnout in primary care staff: a psychometric evaluation, J. Gen. Intern. Med. 30 (2015) 582–587, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11606-014- 3112-6.
  2. B.M. Rohland, G.R. Kruse, J.E. Rohrer, Validation of a single-item measure of burnout against the Maslach Burnout Inventory among physicians, Stress Health 20 (2004) 75–79, https://doi.org/10.1002/smi.1002.
  3. V. Hansen, A. Girgis, Can a single question effectively screen for burnout in Australian cancer care workers? BMC Health Serv. Res. 10 (2010) 341, https://doi. org/10.1186/1472-6963-10-341.
  4. D. Kealy, P. Halli, J.S. Ogrodniczuk, G. Hadjipavlou, Burnout among Canadian Psychiatry residents: a national survey, Can. J. Psychiatr. 61 (2016) 732–736, https://doi.org/10.1177/0706743716645286.
  5. J.D. Yoon, N.B. Hunt, K.C. Ravella, C.S. Jun, F.A. Curlin, Physician burnout and the calling to care for the dying: a national survey, Am. J. Hospice Palliat. Med. (2016) 1049909116661817, , https://doi.org/10.1177/1049909116661817.
  6. G.P.E. Cooke, J.A. Doust, M.C. Steele, A survey of resilience, burnout, and tolerance of uncertainty in Australian general practice registrars, BMC Med. Educ. 13 (2013) 2, https://doi.org/10.1186/1472-6920-13-2.
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The 3 variables are: nursing burnout, perceived patient care, actual patient care (from the nurse and also the patient's standpoint...so does this mean it should be 5 variables instead?)
The hypothesis is: nursing burnout decreases perceived and acutal patient care.
Would a descriptive correlational design be appropriate?
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Robbie,
You can research the 5 variables. You may would want to change the design to represent this. For instance, a mixed-methods design can represent both qualitative and quantitative data with correlations between the variables. Perceptions can be done with open-end interviews such as burnout, and perceived patient care. A quantitative standpoint for patient care, nurse, and patient's standpoint can utilize surveys. Also, a qualitative study can be descriptive, interpretative, comparison, historical, explorative, case study, narrative, phenomenology, grounded theory and the list goes on etc; this depends on the specific focus you want to address. Quantitative studies used with the qualitative studies help to ground the study by triangulating the data.
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Dear,
While employees are being experienced by fatigue, they are unwillingly unable to perform many tasks. As a result, works are ccumualated together and employees are falling is stress. after a while, this stress turns to frustration. Finally, while the level of frustration execced the limit, can not handle by an individaul it resultant Burnout.
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Burnout is a state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress. It occurs when you feel overwhelmed, emotionally drained, and unable to meet constant demands. As the stress continues, you begin to lose the interest and motivation that led you to take on a certain role in the first place. (helpguide.org)
Someone who exercises initiative by organizing a venture to take benefit of an opportunity and, as the decision maker, decides what, how, and how much of a good or service will be produced. (Business Dictionary)
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I will suggest share your difficulties ,get help from others and do meditation regularly
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Are you considering further training in psychology? A student shares their experience researching the psychology of helping others...
Thank you kindly in advance,
Justin and Keirissa
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Self-awareness, self-compassion and self-acceptance
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1. Medical Science
2. Human Resouce Management
3. Organisational Behavior
4. Psychology
The term "Burnout" is very much consistent and relavent to medical science (Own Observation but research supprts). Now a day nemerous researches can be found where researchers trying to use or best fit the term "Burnout" for Human Resouce Mangement, Organisational Behavior or even Psychology.
But if I want to make the "best fit" after medical science, which discipline is more suited and undergo with burnout.
Kind Regards
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I think it could potentially be relevant and studied by all those disciplines, but I think it would primarily fall under a specific area of psychology; occupational health psychology. It however would also depend on what aspects of burnout one is going to study.
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While employees are being experienced by fatigue, they are unwillingly unable to perform many tasks. As a result, works are ccumualated together and employees are falling is stress. after a while, this stress turns to frustration. Finally, while the level of frustration execced the limit, can not handle by an individaul it resultant Burnout. So what is next after burnout in an organisation?
TIA
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Burn out is at least partially a function of the immediate management not pacing their people. Sometimes the management team doesn't know all of what a person is going through because the employee is not communicative, but if they lack the data to be proactive they should see the drop off. The management team should give the person some recovery time, be it time off or (better) recognition of the hard work with a short term work assignment that is lighter but not "busy work" along with orders like "take half days for the next week, with full pay, you have earned it."
Self-actualized employees are more prone to burnout than those that need constant prodding. They require a different kind of management style.
It is harder to do with burnout that is due to emotional / effort loading from outside the office, such as a divorce or wedding or a new child. When it's due to extraordinary effort at work, then you can justify special treatment more easily. When it's outside loading, it's harder to verify and harder to justify because there is that small percentage of employees that will game the system and ruin things for other. "Just hire good people" is easy to say, but no one hires a malingerer or dishonest person on purpose.
The best situation is when there is solid communications between employees and management. The first line leader is key.
When burnout is due to management failure, then it's a completely different situation. The management team is part of the problem, and the employees know it. Unless it's a case where higher management realizes there is a failure and reaches down to make amends, you are left with the team that caused the burnout dealing with their own problem.
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Regarding your experience and observations, what can you say about the reasons for teacher burnout? Is it something related to the working conditions, workload, student attitudes, families or financial concerns? Or is it about procrastination? Putting off things to the last minute and feeling overwhelmed in the end, which possibly leads to burnout?
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According to my experience, reasons for teacher burnout: Numerous new and veteran educators leave the calling every year in light of the activity related pre ssure brought about by everything from understudy conduct to absence of authoritative help. Knowing the causes and indications of burnout may help schools and school regions make activity intends to diminish the measure of pressure experienced by instructors every year.
The expression burnout implies that a representative is encountering a type of employment related pressure that is affecting his capacity to play out his obligations. There are numerous reasons for instructor burnout, more than can be canvassed in this short exercise. In any case, there are a few prime applicants that top the rundown with regards to setting instructors on a descending winding:
Classroom management issues, Poor morale and paperwork overload etc.
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I wanted to know theories that are related to teacher burnout. Those that I can use it my theoretical framework.
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I am researching psychotherapeutic approaches to treating Parental Burnout. I can find assessment articles, but none on treatment. Are there any?
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See also the works of Laura Palareti (Universy of Bologna)
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Even with the increasing importance of Positive Emotions in research and practice since positive psychology is born, unfortunately however, emphasis of WOP research remains overwhelmingly concerned about negative workplace outcomes like burnout etc. Therefore, it is hard to perceive "Emotional Labor" as a positive concept, though recent literature highly recommends the use of "Positive" or "Bright" side of Emotional Labor in organizational research (e.g., Humphrey et al., 2015; Ashkanasy et al., 2017). Do you think it is because of the bias attached with the word "Emotional Labor" or general lack of understanding about the concept especially in Human Resource domain?
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Hi Muhammad,
You raise a very interesting question and I wish to make an observation. It is possible that the emphasis remains on the negative narrative in the research because there is such a very high percentile of people who arrive into the workplace carrying underlying mental well being issues. Many of those perhaps are not suffering from real burnout, but a collective set of stressors related to their issues. I feel it will always be difficult for Organisational Psychologists to introduce positive dynamic to the workplace unless the stigma issue of negative mental health is greatly improved. It's possible that organisations look at the group scenario instead of the individual, on too many occasions. I hope this adds something to the debate surrounding your question !! regards Martin
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Hello, I'm researching the burnout effect of a certain group and how it is effected by the job demands resources model. The burnout is calculated with MBI. In the JD-R model I have calculated three dimensions for demands (Workload, physical and emotional demands) and three for resources (Autonomy, feedback and social support). Since I have no experience in this, I'm wondering how I can calculate two latent factors out of these six (One for each group)? In the end I want to have a variable for demands and one for resources.
Thank you
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Béatrice Marianne Ewalds-Kvist Thank you for the fast answer. I was thinking about doing what you suggested but I was not sure that adding the values of each dimension was scientifically accurate for the results. Searching available papers confused me by suggesting to use the Amos software, which I never used. Long story sort you suggest that adding the 3 dimensions of job demands and the same for job resources gives me accurate numbers.
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Every individual comes to the job carrying dreams and ambitions that collide with the functional reality and the real work environment.
Do you feel that you have job burnout or not and whay?
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Very familija feeling 😒
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Hi, I'm planning to conduct a small study regarding common prejudices regarding burnout. Is there any other study already covering this topic? This would help since I could use the same or a similar questionnaire. Does anyone know if there exists such a questionnaire? Thank you in advance for your help.
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here on RG is an interesting paper about burnout. It may answer many of your questions:
Returning to work after suffering from burnout syndrome: Perceived changes in personality, views, values, and behaviors connected with work
  • January 2014
  • Psihologija 47(1):131-147
  • DOI:
  • 10.2298/PSI1401131B
  • Project:
  • Burnout Syndorm
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I am conducting a systematic review (SR) on resilience for Occupational therapists (OTs) in their practice. I am looking for unpublished and publish studies.
So far I found only one publish study specific to OT (Ashby et al. 2013). And one with OT and other professionals (McGarry et al. 2013) that has resilience relate to OT professional practice. If anyone knows of any SR or research related to my question (specific to resilience) I would be very grateful. I want to make sure I am not missing anything.
I used for my search (burnout, well being at work, coping, self-care, well-functioning, stress management, job satisfaction, hardiness) AND "Occupational therapist" NOT (client or patient) and found many studies under this therms but not specific to building resilience for OTs.
Many thanks in advance
Nubia
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Thank you so much Béatrice Marianne Ewalds-Kvist for sharing your paper.
All the best
Nubia
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I had found some surveys containing 7 items for burnout including 2 items for exhaustion, 4 for cynicism and 1 for depersonalization. But I am unable to find the reference.
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Does anyone have experience with burnout correlation with variability heart rate? I am aware of couple of studies but none of them employed any of fractal nor nonlinear analysis so far. I would like to learn more about studies that utilized nonlinear measures to find possible neuromarker or any kind of prediction about the outcome of the burnout treatment, an possible differentiation with depression. I am trying to figure out what the promising markers would be for the next phase of our study. Thank you in advance for your suggestions and comments!
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Dear Mehmet,
Thank you very much!
I will stay in touch for further questions.
Kind regards,
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Do you know any intervention program that performs aerobic exercise with teachers to improve their wellbeing or similar variables related to your health (stress, anxiety, burnout, depresion?
There are numerous intervention programs that use techniques like yoga or mindfulness but I have not found one that is based on aerobic exercise.
I am conducting research on the subject and I would like to document myself. Thank you.